Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc

Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc
Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc offers Plumbing services in Williamsville NY.

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Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc has an overall ZapScore of 83. This means that Musso Plumbing & Heating Inc has a higher ZapScore than 83% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Williamsville, New York is 57 and in the Plumbers category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We are open 24/7 365. Our office is open and we are here to solve your plumbing and cooling problems. We have emergency service available on the 4th!

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Sump Pump Problems? Here's what to check: 1. If it is not running. Unplug the pump and make sure the electrical line is working properly Your sump pump should be on a dedicated line with nothing else plugged into the line. Also do not use an electric receptacle with a GIF. This can cause your sump pump to shut off. Check the breaker box and make sure your breaker is on. Reset your breaker, unplug everything from the line, test a lamp or electrical tool to make sure the receptacle is working. If it still does not work - make a phone call! 2. If it running constantly. Check the float switch, this sometimes gets caught as the sump pump moves in the pit. Check the level of the water in the pit, if it is very high and keeps running in quickly, your pump may be doing all it can do. Check your check valve - this may not be working properly and the water may be flowing back into your home as fast as it can get pumped out. 3. Turn off your sump pump and pull it out of the pit. There may be debris on the bottom of the pit. This may be getting caught in the propeller and the pump may not be working correctly. Sump pumps are heavy and need to be put back together properly - it is best to call a plumber. 4. Check the discharge line (where it comes out of the house). The discharge line should be going into a storm line so the water gets away from the house. However, if the storm line is backed up, there should be an air gap so the water spills out onto the ground. Move the discharge line away from the house otherwise the water is just coming back in! — Products shown: Sump Pump.